[Incidence of postoperative adhesions following use of various methods of coagulation. An animal experiment study].

In 5 groups of 20 rats each, equal areas of the uterus horns and of the corresponding peritoneum of the anterior abdominal wall were coagulated resp. vaporized. To achieve this endocoagulation, mono- and bipolar high frequency current, and CO2- and Neodym-YAG-lasers were used. After 2 resp. 4 weeks, no intraabdominal adhesions were found in two animals… CONTINUE READING